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Introducing InPro’s G2 Series of wall protection products made with BioPolyPETG+, an innovative and exclusive sustainable formula.
The different types of plastic resemble the alphabet soup… PVC, ABS, PC, PET, PE, PS. What do these acronyms stand for and what are the differences among them?
An easy reference for choosing wall protection, privacy curtain and track, decorative surfaces, signage and expansion joint systems that may help your project qualify for LEED® certification.
InPro has assembled a valuable group of AIA accredited courses to better serve its users. Click the AIA logo to request an InPro representative box lunch presentation on this AIA accredited course grouping. Also, don't forget to check out its class offerings below.
Learn the impact of lighting on color perception and differentiation, how aging affects vision and color perception/differentiation, the components of wayfinding and how to use color to assist cognitively and visually impaired residents and patients in wayfinding.
This program covers the specifics of joint specification, as well as installation challenges and the current state of joint system verification that may leave buildings and their occupants vulnerable to the hazards of fire and smoke.
As many as 20,000 people die in the U.S. annually from hospital-acquired infection (HAI). Learn about the worst “superbugs” and the risks they pose for patients in healthcare settings, the looming litigation wave coming from HAIs, and the latest material technologies being employed to halt the spread of hospital-acquired infection.
The misunderstood expansion joint can sometimes be one of the last things considered when designing a building. However, a few small steps early on can save a lot of headaches in the long run.
More inspections ensure expansion joints save lives. In this case study, you'll read about a building maintenance manager who contacted InPro stating that his floor expansion joints were “failing.” These were 4-year old InPro metal-and-rubber floor systems that included a mechanical fire barrier component mounted below the joint system for the rated locations. A tech rep went to the site to address the concerns.
Read this whitepaper to learn about the many failure points that lead to greater liability for all design-build players.
In this breaking study, medical researchers found that hand contact with privacy curtains transfers some of the worst sources for healthcare acquired infections.
The first new hospital in Illinois in more than 25 years uses more than 32,000 of IPC rigid sheet, over five miles of InPro wall guards, corner guards and handrails, a third of a mile of Clickeze Ultra Cube privacy curtain track and 400 safety loading units.
This mid-western school takes solid surface countertops to the classroom and discovers performance characteristics that make it the single best decorative surface available today.
DownloadDivine Redeemer Lutheran School(1563kb)
This eco-friendly Fairfield, located on the site of the former Baltimore Brewing Company uses SignScape PETG photopolymer signage to help make it the first of its kind.
DownloadFairfield Inn and Suites(5766kb)
Waukesha Memorial enjoys labor saving infection control fabrics.
DownloadWaukesha Memorial Hospital(1038kb)
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